Ultranationalism

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Ultranationalism is an ideology that emphasizes the importance of extreme devotion to his own nation and believes in always putting the interests of his own state above all others, at any cost. It is one of the core tenants of  Fascism.

History

Russia

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Ukraine

Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists

OUN was a Ukrainian ultranationalist political organization established in 1929 in Vienna. The main OUN goal was the independence of Ukraine, while the USSR (former Russian empire), Poland, Hungary were trying to occupy Ukrainian territory. It was the largest and one of the most important far-right Ukrainian organizations operating in the Kresy region (Eastern Galicia) of the Second Polish Republic. In 1940, the OUN split into two parts. The older, more moderate members supported Andriy Atanasovych Melnyk and the OUN-M, while the younger and more radical members supported Stepan Bandera's OUN-B. In October 1942 the OUN-B established the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA). In 1943–1944, in an effort to pre-empt Polish efforts to re-establish Poland's pre-war borders, UPA combat units carried out large-scale ethnic cleansing against Polish people. Historians estimate that 50-100,000 Polish civilians were massacred in Volhynia and Eastern Galicia. After World War II, the UPA fought against Soviet and Polish government forces.

Post-Independence Ukraine

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Hungary

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Serbia

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The Nordics

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EDLism/English Defence League Model

English Defence League

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Pegida

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Football Lads Alliance/Democratic Football Lads Alliance

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Japan

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Personality and Behavior

Ultranationalism is very arrogant, and his only friend is Jingoism. He only eats the food he cooks. He is usually quite cocky and unfriendly around other balls, and can be seen shouting things like "STANISTAN MOST BESTEST STRONKEST CONTRII!!!!11!! STANISTAN NOMBAR ONE, STANISTAN NOT LIKE GAY POOPOO STINKY NEIGHBORISTAN!!!11!!" Ultranationalism likes to run Stronkest contrii Instagram accounts.

How to Draw

Flag of Ultranationalism
  1. Draw a ball,
  2. Color it near-black,
  3. Draw two red flags in the center,
  4. Draw the eyes, and you're done!
Color Name HEX RGB
Dark Grey #191919 25, 25, 25
Red #C80000 200, 0, 0


Relationships

Friends

Frenemies

  • Nationalism - My dear father who taught me everything I need to know. He just doesn't go far enough.
  • National Liberalism - Filthy libcuck, at least he knows about the importance of the nation.
  • National Conservatism - Not bad at all but too moderate, I hope that one day you become me.
  • Right-Wing Populism - Similar to above.
  • Alt-Lite - He does a good job promoting anti-globalism but is too moderate for my taste, Tommy Robinson apart from his betrayal to the EDL it is ok.
  • Patriotism - A good advocate of Stanistan pride, but goes too soft on those inferior Neighborstan c*cks.
  • Racial Nationalism and Ethnonationalism - Remember Soil is more important than blood nonetheless abolish ius solis is the right thing to do.

Enemies

  • Globalism - I won't share a country with them.
  • Civic Nationalism - "If they came here legally and contribute"?! (((They))) don't contribute and are all illegals! That's the fuckin problem! If they did contribute and came legally OF COURSE I would've let them in. Or would I?
  • World Federalism - A united multicultural world?! You think I am just going to sit by and be subservient to lesser nations? What a pathetic excuse for an ideology you traitor. On the other hand, I am in love with Human Nationalism and would totally oppress some aliens. And in fact, you're just me but with extra steps but in complete denial of i t.
  • Multiculturalism - My people won't mix with inferiors.
  • Neighborstan - DIE!!!
  • Separatism - Die, traitor!!!
  • Ethnopluralism - Same as above.

Further Information

Wikipedia

Parties

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References

  1. Includes the EDL along with similar/successor organisations such as Pegida and the (Democratic) Football Lads Alliance

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